Stepping into Natural Sciences and Technology Grade 6 Facilitator's Guide by Douglas Wagner, Caren Labushagne, Zelna du Plessis, Molefi Sekaleli
  

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Stepping into Natural Sciences and Technology Grade 6 Facilitator's Guide by Douglas Wagner, Caren Labushagne, Zelna du Plessis, Molefi Sekaleli

Stepping into Natural Sciences and Technology combines the two Learning Areas for the Intermediate Phase. Each theme fully integrates and supports both Learning Areas, using material that is generally available to the learner. At Intermediate Phase, these two learning areas are introduced to learners and only a small percentage of the total curriculum is devoted to them. This combined book is fully integrated and supportive of the two areas and is cheaper than two separate books. The Facilitator's Guide contains * plans for each module, showing integration between the six other Learning Areas as well as integration of the Learning Outcomes for Technology and Learning Outcomes for Natural Sciences * step-by-step lesson plans * suggested answers to the questions in the Learner's Book * extensive guidance on assessment in accordance with the Revised National Curriculum Statement * photocopiable assessment sheets and teaching aids * instructions and checklists for each unit.

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Format

Paperback
168 pages

Author

Douglas Wagner, Caren Labushagne, Zelna du Plessis, Molefi Sekaleli
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

23rd April 2004

ISBN

9780521546454


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